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A series of deadly explosions have marked a year since the Syrian uprising began.
Unverifiable video uploaded to social media websites appear to
Candles have been lit in church in the Belgian town of Lommel for victims of the coach crash that has left the community numb with sorrow.
This might look like any other philharmonic orchestra, but in fact, these musicians come from both North Korea and France, and the conductor is from
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, has been talking to euronews about water and the part it has played in the conflict with Israel.
MEPs from across the political spectrum have slammed a controversial website set up by
Geert Wilders’ far-right Freedom party in the Netherlands
The Bolshoi Ballet is a proud part of Russia’s heritage. However, traditionally not everyone in the vast country has had the chance or the means to
Russian courts have jailed opposition figures linked to protests against Vladimir Putin. Alexei Kozlov was found guilty of fraud in a business deal
Italian police have arrested a 20-year-old Morocan man for allegedly planning an attack on a Milan synagogue.
He is also suspected of setting up
French steel workers have tried to deliver a noisy message to Nicolas Sarkozy’s campaign headquarters in Paris.
They were protesting about the
Fans of Cairo’s Al Ahli football club, which was caught up in Egypt’s worst stadium disaster, have staged an angry demonstration in the capital
Syria’s uprising started on March 15 2011.
After bubbling for several weeks, protests erupted on the streets of cities all over the country as
A group of grooving grannies have won the competition to represent Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest this year. They beat 24 other acts with a
Silent House, remade from the 2010 Uruguayan original La Casa Muda, is a haunted house movie made to look like it was filmed all in one long
Seven children from Saint Lambertus school died in the crash. Two others are still in a coma. A teacher and a class assistant were also killed. For
A single Apple share now costs more than its latest iPad. Shares in the electronics giant briefly went over the magic 600 dollar mark on Thursday
French carmaker Renault is to cut its Slovenian workforce by some 13% and reduce production due to shrinking European sales.
The Revoz unit is
The European Commission’s special task force providing assistance to the Greek government as it struggles to rebuild its economy has rented an entire
For Belgium, the deadly coach crash in the Swiss mountains is a national tragedy. It is as a nation that its people will observe a minute’s silence
As President Assad’s opponents vow to continue their fight, his followers have been staging a defiant show of support. In several Assad strongholds
Distraught parents and relatives of the Belgian coach crash victims have been visiting the scene of the tragedy near Sierre in Switzerland.
The EU’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Ollie Rehn, on a two-day visit to Portugal, has said the country is on track to reverse its
Fitch ratings agency has revised its outlook on UK debt down, warning the country that it now has a better than one-in-two chance of losing its
German flagcarrier Lufthansa has issued a profits warning for 2012 citing economic uncertainty and high fuel prices.
It says it will embark on a
Afghanistan’s President, Hamid Karzai, has called on NATO to end its military mission in his country a year early, in 2013.
It comes as the Taliban
As Turkey prepares more camps for Syrian refugees Ankara is adding its weight to claims that Damascus’ forces have planted mines along the border to
A Swiss couple who were kidnapped by the Pakistani Taliban last July are free after reportedly escaping. A Pakistani army spokesman said the pair
French scientists near Paris have discovered a new molecule for treating pain. This could be life-changing for patients suffering from various rare
In Belgium, two primary schools have been turned into makeshift memorials for the victims of Tuesday’s Swiss coach crash that killed 28
Fury in Afghanistan over the killings of civilians by a US soldier has been fuelled by a decision to move him to a military detention centre in
Families of the 28 victims – mostly Belgian and Dutch schoolchildren – who died in a deadly coach crash in Switzerland were preparing to bring the